all tracks listed in reverse chronological order
The Illustrated Band
The Illustrated Band
2003 via Sanctuary Records
2004 via Elektra
Acoustic Saturday Nights (click for more info)
The Grand River Folk Arts Society presents "Acoustic Saturday Nights" at The Wealthy Theatre. In October, the event welcomes Robin and Linda Williams on the 11th, the Conklin Celtic Band on the 18th, and Lee Murdock on the 25th. All shows begin at 8:00pm. For more information on these concerts, please visit: grfolkarts.org.
The Obvious Child
The Rhythm Of The Saints
1990 via Warner Bros / Wea
Days Like This
Days Like This
1995 via Polydor / Pgd
1988 via Elektra / Wea
Just Want You Around
2002 via Sony
Fall Fund Drive - Volunteers needed (click for more info)
The WYCE Fall Fund Drive is almost here and we need volunteers! We have shortened the Fall Fund Drive to take place for only one week from October 10th-17th. To lend just a few hours of your time please sign up at: grcmc.org/volunteer or you can write email@example.com. Our volunteers are what help keep WYCE as "the best little radio station on the planet!"
Nothing Compares 2 U
I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got
1990 via Capitol
2004 via Concord Records
Down In The Valley
Otis Blue- Otis Redding Sings Soul
1966 via Rhino Records
This Is The Place
2005 via Big O. Records
MAJIC Concert Series w/ Organissimo (click for more info)
The second season of the MAJIC Concert Series opens with Organissimo on Friday October 10th at 7:00pm at Bethlehem Church, located at 250 Commerce in downtown Grand Rapids. This concert is free, however donations will be taken at the door to benefit The Grand Rapids Coalition to End Homelessness. The concert is also joined by internationally renowned Grand Rapids artist Mic Carlson. For more information please visit: grmajic.org
Under the Pink
1994 via Atlantic / Wea
2002 via Epitaph / Ada
2006 via Matador Records
1999 via V2. / Bmg
2005 via Geffen Records
Pierce Pettis (click for more info)
The WYCE Hat Trick Concert Series continues with Pierce Pettis this Monday, October 20th.
The San Francisco Chronice calls his music "A torrent of musical language that speaks to the head and the heart." Pettis has a new album called "This Kind of Love" coming out in the Spring on Compass Records, but advance copies will be available exclusively at the Hat Trick show.
At the October 20th Pierce Pettis concert, we'll pass a hat to benefit Home Repair Services, which helps build value and dignity by equipping lower income homeowners and their families for successful, sustained homeownership.
More information about all WYCE's concerts is online at wyce.org.
What He Said
2007 via Independent
Ticklah Vs. Axelrod
2007 via Easy Star Records
King Without A Crown
Live at Stubb's
2005 via Or. Music
Tiger Phone Card
Venus On Earth
2008 via M80
Fleet Foxes at Calvin College (click for more info)
WYCE is pleased to support Calvin College's presentation of four fine shows in October.
On Wednesday, October 8th, Calvin presents Broken Social Scene at the Fine Arts Center. Then, on Thursday, October 9th, Fleet Foxes will perform at the Ladies Literary Club. On Friday, October 17th, Calvin brings Mates of State to the Fine Arts Center. And finally, on October 20th at the Ladies Literary Club, Calvin presents Woven Hand.
More information about ticket pricing and availability can be found online at calvin.edu/sao.
Come Away with Me
2002 via Blue Note Records
The Carnegie Hall Concert- Selections for Radio
2006 via ECM
American III- Solitary Man
2000 via Lost Highway
1994 via Polygram Records
Mates Of State (click for more info)
WYCE and Calvin College present Mates Of State at Calvin's Fine Art Center on Friday, October 17th at 9:00pm. Tickets can be purchased by calling the Calvin Box Office at 616-526-6282 or by visiting firstname.lastname@example.org. Upcoming Calvin shows also include Woven Hand on October 20th, and My Brightest Diamond on November 5th. Stay tuned to 88.1 FM WYCE for ticket giveaways to these and other upcoming concerts at Calvin.
Sky Blue Sky
2007 via Nonesuch
The Definitive Collection
2002 via Motown
About to Rage
2004 via Ato Records
(Generic) In the Image (click for more info)
âIn the Imageâ is in urgent need of gently used clothing donations to provide families the opportunity to find the clothes they need at no charge to them.
In The Image is located at 1823 South Division, three blocks north of Burton at the corner of Division and Rose.
Little Bit of Feel Good
2008 via Warp Records
Rhythm & Groove Club
2006 via Independent
Here I Am (Come and Take Me)
Al Green's Greatest Hits
1995 via Capitol
You Belong to Me
Night Train to Nashville, Vol. 2
2005 via Lost Highway
Blues Extravaganza (click for more info)
The West Michigan Bluegrass Music Association will be presenting a Bluegrass Extravaganza Fundraiser on Saturday, October 18th, at Larkin's Theatre in Lowell. The Rogue River Grass Band will join the Black Canyon Band for some fine harmony and fast pickin' beginning at 7:30pm. Bring your instrument, as jamming is encouraged to close out the night! For more information on this event, please visit wmbma.org
2008 via Nacional Records
Putumayo Presents- Acoustic Arabia
2008 via Putumayo World Music
For Emma, Forever Ago
2008 via Jagjaguwar
The Stand Ins
2008 via Jagjaguwar
Film: CSNY - Deja Vu (click for more info)
The UICA presents the film, "CSNY: Deja Vu," screening this week at 7:10pm with a final showing on Thursday, October 23rd.
Since their debut in the late 1960s, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young have functioned as the "town criers" of their generation. This film finds the band heading out on their "Freedom of Speech 2006" tour of North America, featuring music from Neil Young's controversial "Living With War" album. Songs from the tour are woven together with archival material, news footage, and audience reaction and observations, as the film examines the issues surrounding the integration of politics and art.
The film is directed by Neil Young.
For more details visit uica.org